August 1984 Plants in Hampton Churchyard
March 1986 God’s Acre
May 1986 Hampton’s Lawsonii; a new Forest of Arden
January 1987 Hampton churchyard and its trees
July 1987 The world’s largest living thing: the Giant Sequoia
January 1988 Hampton-in-Arden Plant Survey 1987
July 1988 News from Hampton 1903 – 1906
August 1988 Stained Glass in Hampton-in-Arden Church, Part I
September 1988 Stained Glass in Hampton-in-Arden Church, Part II
October 1988 Stained Glass in Hampton-in-Arden Church, Part III
November 1988 Stained Glass in Hampton-in-Arden Church, Part IV
April 1989 Some old trees in Hampton-in-Arden
September 1989 Brambling in Hampton
January 1990 A Century of Wild Flowers in Warwickshire
November 1990 Hampton in Archives
December 1990 Sale at the Manor, 1952
January 1991 Tales of a milkman, 1911 – 1920
February 1991 Sir Frederick Peel requests…
March 1991 Hampton-in-Arden Manor House 1919: Nuts and Bolts Part I
April 1991 Hampton-in-Arden Manor House 1919: Nuts and Bolts Part I
May 1991 Part of Hampton – W. E. Nesfield
February 1992 Marsh Lane’s old hedge
March 1992 A plea for Lady’s Smock
April 1992 Sir Frederick Peel Part I
May 1992 Sir Frederick Peel Part II
June 1992 Sir Frederick Peel’s trees
August 1992 Hampton Manor House Part I
October 1992 Hampton Manor House Part II
March 1994 Hedges in Hampton Part I
April 1994 Hedges in Hampton Part II
September 1994 Notes on WFS meeting at the Packhorse Bridge
Undated Gardens in Hampton Manor (a plea for any photographs)
Also included in the binder:
Letter from Sheila to “Alan”, presumably Reynolds. Dated July 1992, re. possible leaflet on the stained glass in the church.
Note by Sheila on her visit to Miss Yoxall and Miss Whitford (stained glass artists). Mis-attributed - interview actually by Pam Taylor.
Some typed notes, originally on card, by Sheila on a range of Hampton subjects but mainly on the stained glass windows in the church.
Some handwritten notes by Sheila on a range of Hampton subjects, the majority about the stained glass in the church.
Note from Ray Parker on the death of Sheila.